Many costumes have been proven to be quite popular from one year to the next but none come close to selling as well as mermaid Halloween costumes for adult women and girls of all ages.
And because they sell so very well, designers and manufacturers of costumes have been in a continual race attempting to outdo one another with newer, better, prettier and more comfortable mermaid costumes; one year after the next.
Competition in these kinds of arenas is highly helpful to consumers because it provides them with many more options from whom to purchase, greater variety of product styles and colors, easier access to the products because of their availability at brick and mortal stores as well as at websites and, of course, the prices tend to go down.
That means that browsing through shelves, rummaging through racks, leafing through catalogs and perusing websites results in the following incredible mermaid costumes and many more: Princess Ariel Mermaid Costumes, Queen of the Sea Mermaid Costumes, Mermaid Barbie Costumes, Little Mermaid Disney Costumes, etc.
But mermaid costume outfits is not all that you will find because there are also a wide range of accessories which are intended to enhance and decorate the already beautiful costumes. I am talking about accessories such as wigs, jewelry, headpieces (bands, tiaras, crowns), footwear (shoes and slippers), seaweed and, of course, wands to spread the magic
No one can tell you for sure why mermaid costumes are so much more popular than many of the other wonderful Halloween and other occasion costumes. However, I do suspect that it is because they are magical and full of mystery and intrigue.
Mermaids have been spoken and written about for the past many decades all around the world. They appear in children’s storybook fairytales and in serious adult literature. Mermaids are also accounted for in ancient mythology, in legends of many cultures and in folklore around the world.
Various accounts throughout the world claim that, like sirens, mermaids sing with enchanting voices that lure sailing men to follow into the depths of the sea and then drown. To the best of my recollection, none of the accounts claims that mermaid deliberately drown men but that they simply forget that men cannot breathe under water.